[Discuss] [DIYbio] Fwd: The institutionalization of OSHW

Bryan Bishop kanzure at gmail.com
Sat Sep 29 02:17:53 UTC 2012

On Fri, Sep 28, 2012 at 9:08 PM, Tim Schmidt <timschmidt at gmail.com> wrote:
> I've previously proposed using and extending, and have used in my own
> projects, Josef Prusa's ThingDoc.  Which provides a perfectly workable
> minimum feature set for mapping dependencies, source files, and other
> softwareisms onto this physical world.  It even provides for assembly
> steps and such.  Is it perfect?  Far from it.   But the problem you
> mention has been solved.  Time to move up to the next layer.

I am looking at the README. It claims only:

  * BoM text file
  * HTML documentation
  * TeX documentation
  * Wiki documentation (suitable for the reprap.org wiki)
  * Dependency tree in text-mode and using GraphViz

Before I puke over this, can you show me where the documentation is?
is there a spec?

Does the BOM refer to part numbers, or package names, or what?

What is the dependency tree being resolved against?

The README links to a wiki, which 404s.


- Bryan
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